STROBOSKOP ART SPACE | ul. Siewierska 6, Warsaw
Actions & "Reactions" | Talk & Screening
9 December 2016, 18:00 - 21:30

We are responding to the invitation from Stroboskop, our soulmate gallery in Warsaw, and excited to present our local audience with a talk on the current Hungarian cultural policy from an independent perspective and bring them Reactions 2.1 by Dávid Gutema and Dávid Mikulán. For detailed program please check Stroboskop's website or sign up to our newsletter by emailing to us.


Staircase Creative Programme for Children | Family Day


If it is Saturday, we make a sound!
12 December 2015 (Saturday)
from 16:00pm to approx. 18:00pm

Children work with Gábor KEREKES and Ildikó SCHOPP to explore and construct sound making objects using a bricolage of unexpected parts and pieces. Participants will be able to try their gadgets together. The event is free and recommended for children from age 9.

Wandering Objects
Only Temporarily Posessed Reality Captured in Images
17 October 2015 (Saturday)
from 10:30am to approx. 12:30pm

The first ever kids' programme in LOOK is held by Ildikó Schopp in connection with Guy Ben-Ner's two videos on view. Children from 3 to 12 can join our free programme with or without their accompanying family.

What is this?


Look Galéria alaprajz Look is a minor gallery with major ambitions. It is a private space for contemporary art. Practically a peephole in a door but in our hopes it serves as a window to the world.

The story

gallery space from inside The restoration of the door where Look is located has arrived to an end. The old cylinder has been replaced, window and lights have been installed.



Dávid ADAMKÓ Anna DELIEszter SZABÓLevente SZŰCSEszter TAKÁCSHajnal TARRMiklós VASS Participants in gallery space Click here for more information and to watch a film on the making KNSTHS FMR #1 in Bécsi utca in 2006...

Look Inside


John Smith:
The Girl Chewing Gum
8 June - 20 July 2016
Opening: 7 June, 7pm | Address: Fekete Kutya, Dob utca 31

LOOK is proud to announce the screening of one of the early and most influential films of avant-guard British filmmaker John Smith. The Girl Chewing Gum is capturing the comings and goings of a busy street corner on a gray day in Hackney, London in 1976. It is Smith's voiceover that transforms the documented incidental events into something fictional and constructed. Read more...

12 November - 24 December 2015

LOOK is hosting the next and final Hungarian go-around of Green Tattoo’s European tour brought to you by Gábor Kerekes. After its debut performance (Szatyor Bar and Gallery) and the party in Pécs (Zsolnay Cultural Quarter, Furnace Gallery), the psychedelic indie rock band that appears on stage together with wolves will present a fabulous unplugged entertainment and deliver a real upbeat atmoshpere. Read more...

If only it was as easy to banish hunger by rubbing the belly as it is to masturbate
12 September - 25 October 2015

LOOK is proud to present Israeli artist Guy Ben-Ner's two videos in September. It is the first time that Ben-Ner's works, «If only it was as easy to banish hunger by rubbing the belly as it is to masturbate» and «I'd give it to you if I could but I borrowed it» are exhibited in Hungary. Read more...

Eugene BIRMAN / Scott DIEL: Nostra Culpa
Starring: Iris OJA, Balázs HORVÁTH & Anima Musicae
Live performance: 6/12/2014, 7pm | On view until 18/01/2015

LOOK is proud to present Nostra Culpa, a dramatic orchestral work in two movements often referred to as the world's first 'financial opera'. Representing both sides of the spending coin, the piece takes up the age-old economic disagreement of austerity vs. stimulus and was inspired by a spectacular row between Paul Krugman, the Nobel laureate economist and Toomas Hendrik Ilves, the President of Estonia on Twitter. Estonian vocal star Iris Oja will sing the words of both protagonists, from a libretto by Scott Diel and music by Eugene Birman. The Hungarian premiere of Nostra Culpa will be performed by Anima Musicae Chamber Orchestra conducted by Balázs Horváth.

Fekete Luk


I'd give it to you if I could but I borrowed it
12 Sept - 25 Oct 2015

LOOK brings to you Guy Ben-Ner's video I'd give it to you if I could but I borrowed it on an outside location: Dob utca 31 - Budapest (Fekete Kutya) • Screenings are non-stop every day • There is no entry therefore there is no entry fee. The video can be viewed from the street. • Bring your own headphones or ask a pair from the counter. Read more...

Future Plan

Things to read


Look launches BookShelf, a new bookshop and reading room that provides physical access to a selection of periodicals on contemporary culture. More soon...

Looking Outside

Budapest, Porto, Thessaloniki

Look is proud to announce that Jonas Georg Christensen, Jan Danebod and Peter Olsen started their first collaboration. Materialeprøver is a multi-phase project that begins in Budapest to continue in the city of Porto, Thessaloniki and Copenhagen. The documentation of the work in process is presented here. More...



Denise SAITO: One Click Away
Launch: 11 December, 2011
Sao Paolo 21:00h / Porto 23:00h / Budapest 24:00h

It is the second time that LOOK changes direction. Instead of looking in you are invited to look outside and explore the universe and photography of Denise Saito. Explore...

Film Container


18 - 26 September, 2010

Container Cinema - Andrássy út 1 • Open every day from 12 to 8pm • Screening starts every hour • Entry free

Screenings organised by Look start with the filmed version of Elmgreen & Dragset's Drama Queens, a play without actors. Read more...